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Bethel Benefit Big Success; I Proceeds More Than $2,
b Has .. rvu~e
The profesRional wrestling and boxing· .show held P."~ 0 111 house guests of Mr. June 26th at the Bethel High Schon} Gvm. for th~ and Mrs. Victor Bolenbaugh was benefit of the lighted field, ranJrnd high not o~ly ?.R Mrs. Ethel LaFollette, former an r.ntertainment event, but w:as a most prof1ta.!ble schoolmate of Mrs. Bolen. one as well. An ex_cellent crowd Mr. and Mrs. Fred Erickson
Sensing the modern "do it yourself" movement. which ·is sweeping the nation, 0. P. Johnson has opened the Hobby club to give people a chance to do handicraft of all kinds without having to invc·st large sums in tools and equipment. In ad· dition to providing the nf'cessary faciliLies for the various activities which will develop, thr: shop will carry in stock the needed materials and supplies.
was on hand to view the fast moving houts. The committee in charge extends sincere thanks to Charlie McPhail for all that he contributed in making the show the success that it was. Also, th1:rn.ks to Davie Ward and his l'}pys~ Clt!.b, ·Harold Bi~d and Pa:av() ;Ketonen for their participation in the show .. To Pat McMurtry,. Tacoma, and Bi_ll Parker of Fort .Lewis for their fine exhibition bout; and to .the wrestlers, Bronco Lubich, "Scotty" Williams, Al Friedell, Fra:nk Schneider; and to Arnold Snell for his exhibition of strength. And the spotlight rests on Ray Kelly, the m":11 who knows .everyone, for his superb job as master of ceremonies. Also, we wish to thank all those who cooperated so he8:rtily in selling tickPts, donating food and special awards; and especially those worn.en who sacrifired seeing the show to work in the kitchen. We are deeply grateful to The Times-Journal for all the cooperation extended us in PU?· licizing the show, once agam proving its worth as a community newspai:;er. M M tri ,, "Breakfast Wlth . c ur e also gave us ·a 10 t 0 f good advertising which was very much appreciated. anks 'Last, but not least, our th to Moss, Adan;is & Company, Certified . Publi<: Acc~untan,ts,
Mr. and Mrs. Art Crate CPA Report Bethel Athletic Field Fund, Graham, Washington. Atten: Mrs. Art Crate, Ticket Chairman. Gentlemen: We have examined the re'cords of the Bethel Athletic Field Fundfor lhe wrestling and boxing exhibition held June 26, 1954, and have prepared therefrom the summary below. We traced recorded receipts to the bank, examined suppliers' statements for the expenses incurred and count~ ed unused tickets numbering 726, including ten outstanding. Income: Tickets ..........................$1,849.00 Food ............................ 111.66 Cake Auction .............. 98.25 Pop .....:. ........................ 23.20 Total Receipts ........$2,082.11 Expenses: ]food and Supplies .... 8'2.00 Net Receipts In .Nat'l. Bruik of Wash.. $2,000.11 Very truly ·yours, Moss, Adams & Co. By: George F. Fisher.
they graciously donated to our T.aco. m··a·,.·fo··.r.··.•.•.. t.h·'·e.1r a.u·di·..t. w.·hi.·ch worthy cause. . . . The community spmt.·was at an all time 11i(;\h, and tha,t alone,
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As their pioneering predecessors might have viewed with delight the en-d of the long, long trail 100 years and more ago as they arrived at the present site of Fern Hill, so these go-getting members of ·the G.reater Fern Hill Association relax in a pleasant Seaman- James N. Elston, son of Mr.. and Mrs.· Lowell E. Elston, Spanaway, recently received the Navy Good Conduct Medal for three years exemplary conduct. Elston· is serving aboard the attack <Urcraft carried USS Essex.
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Benefit DW'l!ce The Lacamas Community club is sponsoring a benefit dance Saturday evening July· 24 in ' ' the Lacamas Community. hall. Proceeds will be used in financing the 19th LlfCamru; Com· munity fair and .. the public is , . urged to turn out, elljoy an Consnder Cogv:emence evening of dancing to th.e music · .for your friends wheJI
baugh's at · nurse's training school.· They had not seen each other since 1931. Miss Edna Homan of Milton has also been visiting at the Bolenbaugh home. Register Nowl Now is the time before election day to register to vote, or to chµnge to your right precinct if that is necessary. Mrs. Martin Gibbons, of Gibbons Food Center, next to the post office, is regis:trar for Spanaway precincts. Suncl<iy Mass St. Benedict's parish will have 8 a.m. mass . at Marymount chapel and 10:30 a.m. mass at the field house. Attends Girls State Miss Joy Barsotti, popular daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Joe Barsotti, · is home from a marvelous week at Girls State at Ellensburg. Joy was chosen from a group of girls to represent this district. While there, she was elected State Representative of Girls State. We !l.l'e all very proud of Joy!
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.. A.· ful..l.da. Y... o.f ex.citing evente; . . • discus.·s. . .i·o·.n.•. was he....l.d 011·. · . th.e·.· •.j•.u. . dg·..•.., , M..ai:I~?...~• .c. orrl!Jlln is ass.ured for A~g..1, "?th base, ing at Elk Plain • and Fors · GRanite· 8545 ball, Jamboree, p1cmc dm:ier an.d Hatchery. Leader, . ]'v1rs. Bert · . . , . . foot races at Harmon Field. . Badham assisted them on their 4-H: Campsters will leave August 2 through 7 will find record 'book and · President next We(!k for five days of funthe Greater Douglas Sh?ws Gaty Lincoln' presided over the ~med c~mping _at Millersylvanproviding all kinds of carm:-r~l business meeting. The next tp. State park, sit~ of the Pt~rce features, at So. 88th and. Pac1f1c meeting will be at the home of Count:i: Camp. Midland 4-H ers a.venue, the same loca~1on oc- Bob McMann. Members Present attendmg_ arc Carolynne B~rk cupied by the Fern Hill cele- were Bob McMann, Steven and of the M1.dland Girls 4oH; Nma bration last year. . Gµry Fors, Gary Lincoln, Dick Ayers, Eh~abeth Well' an~ Mar-. There will also be ?oaths dis,- and Bob Badham, Ronald lene Corrigan of the Midland pla;,ri,ng the merchandise of b:im- Brown and Mrs. Badham. Re- C:lover club; Mrs. Walter Corness houses of the commumty. freshments were served at the r1gan, chaperone, and son, Pat. Tom Stone and Roy Fromader close. Cruise h'1.ve charp;e of the booths and . . Pierce County Senior 4-H'ers C. L. Drew is button chairman. Entertain Friends enjoying their cruise on the A detailed program of PiThe Gerald Root home \Wis Gallant Lady recently and one.er Days will appear in next host to the Pinochle club last couldn't have picked a better week's Times-Journal. Saturday. The evening was spent date. The next big event schedplaying cards with Mr. Cordes ulcd for this group is their anthe winner of the evening prize. nual picnic to be held at Lake Refreshments were served at V\Tilderness, Sunday, August 8. An afternoon games party the close of the evening. Those Save the date and come out and will be enjoyed by the Tacoma present were Mr. and Mrs. have a grand time. Midlanders Toddlers Cootiette club No. 227 Thomas Elsdon, Mr. and Mrs. seen on the cruise were Sharon Thursday the 29lh in the William Westman, Mr. and Mrs. ron Eshpeter, Marline Spearhome of Mrs. Robert A .. O'Bryc John Harber, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. man Janet Spearman Lorant, 1624 South 113'.h street. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Ar.t Lincoln, rain~ Beshal!'r and Marlene .Preceding the party, luncheon Mr. and Mrs. Bert Badham, Mr. Corrigan. Chaperones on the will be served by the hostess and Mrs. Karl Cordes, and the cruise were Mr.· and Mrs. Ernie hostess. Hopp and Mrs. G. Haakenson. at 12 o'clock noon. Back From Camping Sympathy Neil Hanson, Asa Pronovost Deep sympathy goes out to ii.nd Karl Cordes just returned . the H. Lanz family from their from a week of camping at the: many friends on the death of Pierce County Y.M.C.A. Camp their mother and father the at Lake Tapps. Swimming and past week. Funeral services were hilting and handicraft, plus held for the mother Wednesday plenty of good food, kept the morning and for the father FriINSURANCE boys busy and happy. day morning from the St. John CLAY ROLEY AGENCY of the Woods church. Besides Been Anywhere? Luke, Ann, Theresa and Kath98th and Portland Avenue Have you been anywhere this leen of the family home, there GR. 8501 summer? Have you had any out are seven children married. of town company? Did you have ROY V. ROSTEDT AGENCY a nice vacation? We would like 8201 Park Avenue to have more news il'bout more Phone HA 2342 people here in our Woodland The first meeting of the Spandistrict and we would especial- away Outboard association will ED MAREK ly like: to hear from our new- be held at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Farmers Mutual of Enumclaw comers, so call mr: at 5-2511 so July 23, at the Spanaway fire FIRE· AUTO I may ~include you in our col- hall. All interested persons are invited. The association was orGR 4000 u.mn. 12909 Pacific Ave. ganized recei1tly to work out a program for use of Spanawav lake which will insure its enjoyment by all.
Standings as of Saturday night in the Pee Wee Baseball league of Franklin Pierce district .are 'as follows: Parkland Fuel Oil W L McCay's ............................ 4 1 Johnson's Drug ................ 2 2 Parkland Active Club .... Z 3 Parkland Fire Dept. ........ 1 2 Parkland Area Kiwanis..... 1 2 Playground Hours New playground hours at Parkland school !l,re: Mond,ay, Wednesday, .Friday, 10 a.m, to 12 noon and, 1. to 4:30 p.fu.; Sat' !lrday, 10 1,1.m. to 12 noon. .
president, is general chairman for the affair. A big parade is planned for· July 31, starting at 1 . p.m. at ···South 85'th and Park ·avenue, Mrs. Carl Ce>rdes thence north on Park to 72nd, P!.!yalllJP 5:.25.11 east to Pacific, south to 84th · and back. . to . the Fern Hill Members of the Breckon 4-H school. f!arry Hold~en is par- group .held a meeting at. the , i:u:!e .chairman, Entpes .·!\re wel- hq;ri:ie of 'R.onald J3rown \,Vhere ·1 •; C()IJ1e_; anythi?g, in westem 0~.future pl!ins for camp'3,t]'v1illp.r- . ..• . . ·· old•time lJ].C!t!f lf! ay}frgpnl\!(!, ~s)V]vania were discussim, af:;<' •.• • • ·.•
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Fern Hill Pioneer Days, the annual com~unity celebration sponsored by the Gre:;i-ter Fern J:Iill aR~ sociation, will .offer a we~k of fme entertam:nt;nt, July 31 to August 7. Claude Stafford, as&oc1ation
rustic scene as they complete plans for the 3rd Annual Fern Hill Pioneer Days, July 31 - Aug. 7. Left to right are pictured: Krteeling, Garry Holdren and Mrs. C. L. Drew; on horses, Harry Holdren and Claude Stafford, president of GRHA and general chairman for Pioneer Days; stand.irtg, Mrs. Holdren, Mrs. Claude Stafford, C. ·L. Drew, Mrs.. Waldren, Carl Waldren and Thomas Stone. Photo by McKewen Studio
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Harry "Kid" Matthews, Seattle's claim to fame in the heavyweight boxing ranks, will meet the British heavyweight championship in Seattle July 30. This will be the third meeting between the two with Cockell holding the upper hand with
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Millett and small son of Leonard's Crossing have returned from a trip to Utah where they visited relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Bush Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Dawson and children recently motored to Astoria and visited the base where Marvin Bush is stationed. They spent an enjoyable day seeing the sights of that part of Oregon. Mrs. Ray Bixby and Mrs. May Bandy have returned home after spending a week in Freestone, Ore., visiting the Bob Bixbys in their new home.
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Friday will end the vacation Bible school held in the Summit church. At 7:30 p.m. there will be a program demonstrating the work tl1e children have been doing the past two weeks. Parents and friends are urged · RH E to attend. Span. .. .... 000 105 001-7 10 3 Around the Loop Mad. ' ........ 020 000 001-3 4 6 Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wilson Kuper, Rediske (7) and Bram- and Mr. and Mrs. C. n. McMilmer; Herman, Wollenweber lan and daughter Marilyn spent (6) and Lipschultz. three days the past week with College Golf Course an enjoyable trip around the Shaping Up loop, stopping at all interestJoe Greco, new operator of ing places along the way. the College Golf Course, is making rapid progress in his plan pletely re-done and are in exto make the College coul'se one cellent shape. of Tacoma's finest The clubhouse has a new The local course is getting a look on the inside with the adcomplete face lifting job from dition of a new and modern start to finish by the well liked lunch counter. and capable new ope1ator. Greco is doing a grand job Water pipes and the necessary sµrinkling equipment. has with his project and invites all been installed to make water- golfers in the area to stop in ing of the fairways possible. and try out the new facilities. The greens have been com-
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for the cruise of the Summit church choir, instead of the 8th as reported. Plans have been completed for the cruise on the GaJJant Lady, which leaves from the Old Tacoma dock, adjacent to the Top of the Ocean, at 6:'30 p.m. A picnic supper will be served on board for a small charge. The fare will be a donation of $1 for adults, 50 cents for children under 12. After cruising around the Sound, they will return aoout 10 o'clock. Tickets are now available from any member of the choir.
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Refrigerators Wlrairh:um! $tandard __ ,_was 279.95-Now 209.95 Deluxe....was 309.95-Now 209.95 A!~Jo.m;ittc Washer
'·•~µdjX G#omati~----'\\'~ 319.95-N~ ·
·Amana Freezer-Refrig. was 449.95 Now 349.95
Mag,ip; ~.Ycle. Heater-No. Bolt Down
Hotpoint. 9 Cu. Ft ... ;.was 27!3.95-Now 239.95
I Savings t.
and Loan AssoCia.tion
Kelvinator, 7¥2 cu. ft., was 249.9!5-Now 219.95
BcJllnQham • So.attle o Tacoma Portland e Eu!Jeae
Crosstop Freezer, 5-Year Guarantee. Ideal for Small Kitchens
Bendix-Crosley, 11 cu. ft., 349.95-Now 269.95 .Shelf
~asy #$pi11drier ___________ was 179.iJS-Now ,;. lnQludei; $20 Mop-Brush Kit Free .
A MUTUAL SAVINGS INSTITUTION
Slightly Scratched, 5-vear Unit Warranty
~~J,:ld~ P11omatic .....•..was 499.95-Now 449.95 · 1 ,Ql)ly, Washes and Dr-ies-All in One
Door-Cross Top Freezer
A Little Spot A Big 'Issue
1\eP,di:lt Economat.,, ....~waa.239.95-Now 129.95
BUY NOW!.SAVE! SAVE!
Whirlpool Dryer........ was 269.95.-Now 219.95 279.95
30 Ozq Tin· ,
fresh Boston Butts
or. oast I Slice con lb. I
s TEwI NG HENs . . .
was 369.95-.Now 279.95
Hotpoint .................... was 269.95-Now 219.95
Kelvinator .................. was 229.95-Now 189.95. 30·1nch Size
,Easy Dryer ····--····---... was 249.95-Now 159.95 Bendix-Crosley .......... was 239.95-Now 169.95
VEAL R0 A ST • • • • • • • • • lb.
. Repossessed, New Guarantee
~Iaytag A:µtomitic .... 309.95-Now ·'w•ater·save·r=No Bolt·Down
prompt, friendly manner; With no hidden charges.
Combination 9 Cu. Ft.
A1:1fo1matic Washer, Sudsmizer $20 Extra
To r0 financo, build or buy. a home ••• look to Pacific First! Having financed over 47,000 Northwest homes. We're specialist.I Offering loans to fit your needs . . . given tn -a
Kelvinator Deluxe Full Size Automatic Clock, REI 51
Hotpo,int Push-Button, was 469.95-Now 369.95 RD 18 Fully Automatic. The Ultimate In Cooking,
MANY OTHER ITEMS ON SALE TOO NUMEROUS to MENTION! 1~TH ~nd m V Iii 111111 llilllHH
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e FR.EE PARKING • FREE DELIVERY
Phoii.e BR 0386 ACROSS STREET.FROM KAY STREET POST OFFICE
"A little sp.ot is a big issue in some homes: but · at· the Tacoma Oly.mpic Laundry and Pantorium Dry ·Cleaning plants, experts work successfully to remove e'very speck and spot from rough or delicate fabrics." 0 "To enjoy this service just call HA 4433 and I'll be happy to provide FREE pick up and delivery service on any garment that needs cleaning. Remember. that number, it's HA 4433 . •.••. ~~v;'!i
The play day for entertain·. HOMOGENIZED AND ment of the patients at the VetPASTEURIZED MILK eran's Hospital which was postponed earlier in the season has AND CREAM been scheduled for August 15. lqE CREAM There will be open competition with mostly team events. More 33Cn about this later, also. 1 Along the trail we saw Har' old LeMay's new horse hauling truck . . . Catherine Compton . - - - - - - - - - - - - - fostallation & Repall'8
JACK'S TV & RADIO SERVICE
'four Invitation to Ill'
Every Saturday Night At Fruitland Grange Han \\ti
to the music of
Square Dances Called by Ernie Hopp 7 Miles East of Pacific on
Darscing 9:00 • 2:00
foundations; cement work: fr"c estimates. PR 26:i3. 3clf Yards for
4 lots - I 0 I st & So. Yakima
Will Sell for Closing Cost
Bert Brown Realty
Shop GR 7450 Rea. HI 6190· Pa.cl.fie Ave. rd Brookdale P. O. Box 64$, il'arl<land
11220 Pacific Ave. Office-Days. GR 8695 Evenings-YU 9221, !;II 3315 HI 6174 - LA 7161 Agent for America-n Express Money Orders
WE BUILD HOMES-Remodel, level buildings; cabinet work, concrete work. Reasonable. GR 3550, MA 0706. 3ctf
Cutting, Side Delivery Raking JOHN H. ARNESTAD 12009 Mile B Road, Tacoma 44, Wash. GRanite 4282 LAWNMOWERS Grinding, Lapping, Repairing. Pick-up & Delivery. Power, Hand, Rotary. New and Used. PARKLAND CYCLE & KEY, GR 5772. 3ctf
Septic Tank Cleanms Free Estimates And Advice
GR 5588 GEORGE PURDUE-Plumbing Healing. New work. Remodeling, Repairs. Phone GR 4477. 3ctf
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- Si.de Delivery Raking
LANDSCAPING -- Bulldozing, Rotovating; top soil and fertilizer by sack, yard or truck load; free estimates, monthly rates; 'A. C. Edwards; 7202 Park Ave. B'.A 9997. 3ctf
B ER . . 6 cans
Four Lots SU BUR.BAN R.EALTY -
Light Meat. large tins
CLOSE IN, Spanaway District. 2 bedroom home, gar.age and barn. Fenced with steel posts. Owner is giving it away for.$4950. Terms. Mr. Inloes, HA 6250
FINISH IT PARTIALLY BUILT 3 bedroom brick and shake rambler, wired 220. 2% acres good soil near Collins school. Reduced to $5950 for quick sale. Florence Miner, GR 4148.
Equals 2 Lbs. Coffee
2 Lb'. Pkg.
$500 DOWN 3 BEDROOM, living room, separate dining room, steel cabinet kitchen, garage, large landscaped lot. Close to McKinley Ave. bus. See this today - move in tomorrow. Call "Eager Weaver", HA 625~.
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12 Oz. Tins· .~
4 lb'. Bag·
BARGAINS IN PIERCE FINEST PROD New local
HELP KEEP VVASHING TON GREEN &
25 Lb. Sack
DOG MEAL •• • • $2.79 Play Fair
16 Oz. Tins
Sunny Jim, New Crop
20 Oz. Glass
STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 43c Hunt's
PEAS • W
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2 Lb'. Loaf
GRAHA·M CRACKERS t.: ALL 5// 'A GUM ;i; IC 0 ALL 51/t. CANDY v "
2 lb'. Box II
8 Oz. Tins
PEANUT -BUTT~~b.· 12oz. . coC:kie Jar Red Arrow Oven Fresh. London Cream Sandwich
Green Valley, By Sunny Jim
GR 7232 days 12-Used Autos mine; anytime; GR 6459. 15c45 208 Garfleld Street SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED- "Deal with the people who give FOR SALE - Best offer takes WANTED - Chidcens and rabContents hauled away. Don you their own personal atten- over equity in 1947 Chev. 4-dr. bi ts. Call us before you sell. Balance $437. Pay $45 month. Cope's Poultry Market, 7036 Redford, 8232 So. Fawcett, GA tion." Can be seen at Times-Journal. Pacific Ave., Tacoma, Wash. 7334. If no answer call GA 9222 12145 HA 4406. 15ctf 3ctf G. I. FinancinCJ F.H.A. 47 BUICK R.M. Convert. A TAP, ACROBATIC, PIERCE COUNTY WE NEED listings of all kinds. real beauty and in good shape classes. All ages. Farms, acreage,, lots, building for only $525. Call eves. GR Keller, GR 7881. CO. 3272 or all day Sunday. 12ptf sites, homes, (new or old, 1, 2, - - - - - - - - - 2 CORDS green upland slab, WEEKLY GARBAGE 3, 4 bedrooms). $14: GR 3306. 15ctf COLLECTIONS 1·3-Farm Phone GR. Sims JAMES R. LORING HAY BALING-It's that time FOR SALE - Full size autoTRACTOR WORK - Plowing, I REAL ESTATE again; call Viv SRlle, Graham matic electric range; looks like discing, blade work, mowing; 7-2127. 13ctf new; $50; 5319 So. Park, HI F.·red Ladwig, GR 8028. ctf 12609 Pacific Ave., Parkland 3 6245. 15c45 · GRanite 4148 Anytime SIDE DELIVERY RAKING I,AWNMOWER Sharpening & 13ctf FOR SALE - Accordion with Rt!pairing. Free pick-up and - - - - .- - - - - - - - - GR 8492. GOOD BALED HAY for sale at case; .made in Italy. Cost $200, delivery in Lakes area. Phone IFOR SALE -.G.I. equity in 23ctf bedroom house. Parkland area, 10123 East Polk St., Midland; sacr1f1ce $100; 5319 So. Park, "LA 8002. _____ __ 15c45 · · $1800. Present mortgage G.l. John Udd. 13p4 5 lll 6245. 4 % at $54 per month. Call PIECE used dinet set, chrome GR 8647. . 9ctf FOR SALE - Young Guernsey · 5 with birch top and red trim. TANK &LEANING family cow; satisfaction guar- 815 Violet Meadow; GR 3436. FOR SALE BY OWNER -- . anteed; Rt. 3, Box 577, Puy- _____ 15p45 SEPTIC TANKS • CESS Equity in 3-bedroom rambler, POOLS CLEANED . t d Aid 1 2 years old; Parkland area; allup; Woodland road between PUPPIES f 13c45 mother, ~er~egi:e~~~nabl~ at~ convenient to school, church, Airport and Collins. CJ:lntents Hauled. Away shopping; GR 4168. 9p45 good homes; GR 8178. 15c45 Hi 89!0 HA 7038 HAY, salt, what ever your farm 3-room home need. Shop Highland Feed, 96th FOR" SALE .FOUNDATIONS - All kinds SMALL DOWN with plumbing to be moved & Portland Ave.; GR 8585. block and concrete work; free 13c45 off property; best offer; 165th l!Stimates; Walsh Construction LOOK THESE OVER &Lake Shore Drive, Spana(;,:.. I-ll 1529. 3ctf way; GR 6528. 15c45 6431 So. Fawcett - 3 rooms, 14--Situation \/Vented CABINET SHOP Re- bath, utility. FURNITURE mc}deling, kitchen ca blue ls; we 505 East 30th - 4 bedrooms, . glass; 16309 S. Park, Span- Jiving room, dining room, kit- ACCORDION LESSONS m New and used miscellaneous; your home; lnstr.ument furn- Airport & Pacific Ave.; Resi· 1\Way; GR 7949. 3ctf chen. dence Phone GR 3748. 15ctf 1034 East 47th ...,,- 3 rooms, bath, ished; call HA 5788 collect. TRACTOR SERVICE - Reas- wired 220. 14ctf FOR SALE - Old newspapers; . Farm work a specialty. Graham 7 -7829. 3p46 841 East 48th - 4 bedrooms, BABY SITTING and child care· big bundle. for lOc; Times-, w1_,_-ed 220, 4 lots. call evenings; GR 4866. 14c4G Journal office, 119th & Pacific Ave. 15ptf CUTrING, PLOWING; llb East &3rd, 4 bedrooms, BRICE: WORK -- House Ievel4244. 3c45 wired 220. 7221 So. Oakes, 2 bedrooms, ing and .foundations, retaining wired 220. walls sidewalk and patios, fire. 10-30 HAY GOGAN D S CA PJ<; CONSTRUC- CALL Ralph Decker, I-II 9579. place' and stone work. GR 4291 .J:\. General landscaping 35c Qt. by Case Lot 4 BEDROOMS evenings. 14ctf '-tr'rvicf~. Nevy' l1nvns 1 peat soi], CONOCO & HAVOLINE OLDER home in good 72nd St. SEWING & ALTERATIONS; I top~oil, shrubbe.'y, rockeries. 30c Qt. by Case Lots district. Concrete foundation, experienced; Apt. 6, Parldand I rlr"un ·~r:;. ,..,,Anthe t·A new comp. roof, new auto. center Apartments. - l'lc•lti' ~~ ···~·····~3ctf Spark Plugs, 650 each hot water healer! 2 car garage, RELIABLE WOMAN ·~~;~;; Bonded ~rake Shoe, Exch. WNJ\!IOWER sharpening; lots 100xl30. Price $6,150. G.I. b 51"tt· b cl h · $8.95 1 mg Y ay or our m filing; work guaranteed. l•'HA or contract. Call Hal ia Y Norwood Underwood, HI 9579 or PR her home; GR 7793. 14e45 •r Waller and Collins. 7ti87. 3ctf 9896. S S 0 RS SHARPENED Pioneer Way Between 15-Misceiic;uieous with each lawnmower Tacoma &. Puyallup on our new precision 6311 McKinley Ave. HI 9579 LEAVE FILM at Quality Photo 15ctf Service .for· developing. In at I 1 machine. Pick-up and delivMember of '10, out at 5. 9610 Pacific Parkland Grinding & Classified Ads Tacoma Real Estate Board Ave. 15ctf GR 8179. 3ctf Continued on Page 8
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LAKEWOOD 4. BEDROOMS, living room with fireplace, fenced yard, garage, walking distance to shopping center and Glover Park High. A G.I. equity. Mr. Loring, GR 4148.
::> m PARKLAND ENGLISH type home with pos$7250 session available soon fol' only SPANAWAY, on main street. Could be 5 bedrooms. $8,650. This home ·has living Large lot, 2-car garage. Make a good duplex. room with dining alcove, conFlorence Miner, GR 4148. venient kitchen, utility room, 2 bedrooms, bath and room LIST WITH LORING for 2 bedrooms in attic. There A Loring Listing Sells .• Two Offices to Serve You is a nice lawn and plenty of shrubbery; garage. Should go OPEN SUNDAYS and EVENINGS G.I. or FHA, but the quickest and cheapest deal would be to JAMES pay $2,032 down and assume G.I. loan of $48 at 4% interINSURANCE REAL ESTATE est. 1436 SOUTH 95TH is cozy Florence Miner GR 4148 - Mr. Inloes HA 2547 Eves. bungalow with full basement, 121)09 Pacific Ave. Office Phone: GRanit~ 4148 garage and owner will install .s>;>- 5602 McKinley Ave. HA 6250 -<..'°" Duo-Therm electric heating for sale price of $9,950. Owner ~ 0 d' Mail Address P.O. Bex 7'7, Parkland, Wash. v will consider trade for property in Renton or Auburn. COZY bungalow on good so!l FOR SALE - 3-bedroom house SPECIAL ORDER CAKES with garage; garden. G.I. ap- in• Roy, . furnished or unfurn. Phone GR 3330, Patty Anni 15ctf ished; ,iohown by appointment. Bakery. praised for $9,650. 1 ACRE building site at 10131 Write or phone owner, Miss J. Mae Chambers, 801 So. G St., FOR SALE - Siegler heaters Patterson Street. 9ctf .lit Parkland Fuel Oil Service: G.I. appraisal due for 1115 So. Tacoma; phone BR 1967. 9ctf GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. 117th St. 3 bedroom rambler · 15ctf with attached garage. 10-Rentals 2 ACRE building site, $2,400. 16-INCH UPLAND slab, 2-cord 10 ACRE building site $2,500. FOR RENT - 4 room duplex loads, $14 and $16; alder fire· SPANAWAY apartment, partly furnished; place wood, green, $15; Black ENGLISH type bungalow, 1 'h bath; utility room; $30; 1117 Prince stoker coal, $16.30; story with living room, dining East 104th St. 10c45 lump & range coal, $12.70; room, kitchen, 2 bedrooms, GR 6520. 15ctf bath and utility down. Attic FOR RENT - 2 bedroom duwould make 2 bedrooms sat- plex in Parkland; $75, utilities FOR SALE - Used heaters at 10c45 iParkland Fuel Oil Service; isfactorily. Only $7,950 with furnished; GR 4764. 4% G.I. mortgage for balance GR 8684; 120th & Pacific Ave. of $6850.00, at $56.50 per mo. II-Repair Service 15ctf Jennie L. Grochrlg ORDERS TAKEN now for rasp. WASIDNG MACHINE PARTS. berries, strawb~r.ries, logan. Largest stock in town. RepairParkland Realty Co. berries and nectarberries; also ing that pleases. B.B.'s Washer eggs and cream; 306 East 121st Insurance of All Kin&! Service, 3727 So. G. HI 9409. 15c45 Notacy Public llctf St., GR 8720. Est. in Parkland Since 1941 BABY SITTING; your home or
Pl IC HAMS
Wash Co-op. Pan-Ready
Meaty Blade Cuts
Try Them Braised
CIGARETTES .••• $211!114
2 for 45c
lean Sliced, by Hormel
Prices Effective Thurs., Fri., Sat., July .22nd - 23rd - 24th OPEN 9 To 9 "I DAYS A WEEK
McKinley Hill R.ealtyj
Great Big Extra large AA
LORING LISTING SELLS
T UNA .
11302 Pacific Avenue
Homes in Parkland Commun· ity; Acreage close in, either with or without buildings.
All Western Brands
FOUR-BEDROOM home: large rooms, cabinet kitchen, separate utility room. Good location for schools or bus. Call Margaret O'Leary, GR 6473. GR 8638.
IF YOU HAVE HAY to mow, B~VVanted To we can do it. Call Cliff Keller, Puyallup 5-8529; Rt. 3, Box WANTED-Buildings to wreck. 124, Puyallup. 3p45 We buy and sell used building materials. White Ball Lumber Co., Bingham Road. Just west of Summit View; GR 8591. 8ctf RUPE
BEAUTIFUL 2-bcdroom home; hardwood floors, fireplace, cabinet kitchen, separ"ale dining area. Very nice location. 2-car at.ladued garage. Call Mr. O'Leary, GR 6473, GR 8638.
, , ~·ustrlal - Automotive ENGINE REBUILDING - General Garage Repalr11. Brake Dr.um & Fly Wheel Turning - Head Grinding.
G. I. APP11ATSED, 2-hcdroom; hardwood floors, fireplace, unfinished upstairs. $250.00 down will give you a home. Priced $930p.oo. Dammel, GH. 368'1, GH. 8638.
:1 -169) C;f:t 3558.
NEW large 2-bedroom Brookdale home, 3Jh Jots, new well; im1rn•diaif' poC<c·•l'ssion. Call Hckn O'Bric•n, GR 8638, GH. 3558, Gl1 5·169. '
THE IBUNl<HOUSE I 12168 Pacific Ave. GR ItOTOV ATING-$3.50 an hour, K. ERICKSON :J minimum; H. L. Worley, 1 97 3 -··•r . Help Wanted · .1"11.tCh., block, masonry work ------·------·---<.'>f any kind; free estimates; EARN EXTRA CASH, doing Eugene O'Dell, HI 6826. 3ctf assembly work at home, easily assembled product. We furnLAWNMOWER Sharpening. A. ish everything. Write for deA. Equipment Rentals; 3804 tails. Artline Industries, Union Pacific Ave. HI 6193. 3ctf City, Indiana. 5c49 COM PL ET E OPTICAL SERVICE now available in South 6-lost & Found Tacoma. Exacting eye examinations without use of drops. FOUND - A lot of pounds in No parking problems. Dr. i.he feed from Highland Feed, Wagner and Associates, Optom- 96th & Portland Ave; GR 8585. etrists, 3509 So.. 54th. Phone 6c45 HA 8572. 3ctf
$600 Down - $50 Month on Balance
Eastern Washington, clean race horse timothy hay. Your horse deserves the best. Compare our price. Can be seen at
LOW PRICES SET THE P·ACE
GOOD solid 1 bedroom plastered home with f;replace, large 2-car garage. Closing cost to veteran. Call Orrin Moore,
Thursday, July 22, 1954 The TIMES-JOURNAL
OUlt LOW PRICES SET THE PACE
5 U.>s. Ill
paid upon delivery of guardian's deed. Sale subject to confirmation of the Court. Date of first publication hereof July 22nd, 1954. HAROLD E. RAMBECK, Guardian PETERS & WITT Attorneys for Guardian 111122 Pacific A venue Tacoma 44, Washington. Published in the Times-Journal July 22, 29, 1954. PETERS &. WITT Attorneys 11122 Pacific Avenue Tacoma, Washington
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASH· INGTON IN' AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIERCE. NO. 58130 NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE MATTER OF' THE GUARDIANSHIP of ADOLPH 0. ROMBECK, An Incompetent Person. NOTICE, IS HE,REBY GIVEN tllat the undersigned has been appointed ,and has qualified as guardian of the estate of Adolph O., Rambeck, an Incompetent Person, that all persons having clajms against said incompetent person are hereby require<l to serve the same, duly verified, on ,said guardian or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file tlle same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after, the date of first pubUca· tion of this notice, or the same will be barred. , Date of first publication, July 22nd, 1954. HAROLD E. RAMBECK, Guardian, of Estate, 11122 Pacific Ave. Tacoma 44, Wash. PETERS & WITT ~,t;torneys for Guardian 1~~22, Pacific, Avenue 'fa\!oma44, Washington Published in the Times-Journal July 22, 29; Aug. 5, 1954.
CHEESE, Bordens, 2 Jbs. ..,c; •..•••.•.•••.•..••... 83c CREAMED TUNA, Carnat~ ·······--···------43c BLACKEYE BEANS, 2. lbs. Min Maid
ORANGE JUl CE ... .. 1
TOMATO JUICE, 300 Tins, Hunt's ....~ ..... 9c EGG NOODLES, Mission, pkg. -------------····-29c CHEERIOS with DENTYNE --------·-·---------23c Freshly Ground
MILK, Darigold, 4 for ....................., .•.....•..49c GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS, Shurfine .... 2/37c SARDINES, A Good Value .c •..•.•,•••.•••••••. 3/25c
TUNA, White Star, Bite Size, 2 for .......... 69c MILK, Fletts, % gal. ................................ 2/77c WATERMELONS, each ·········-----·---···········-49c CELERY, lb. ................................................ 6c TOMATOES, lb. ·-----·--·-···-···················-·--·---1 Oc CUKES,- Long, Crisp, lb.............. :.............. 7c CANTS, lb. . .............................. __ ---· ............. CANNING APRICOTS LOCKER BAGS
CANNING SUPPLIES &. CARTONS
LARRO and GOLD MEDAL FEEDS At Prices You Can Afford To Pay SACKED COAL
CORNEil PORK, sugar cured lb. PICNIC HAMS lb.. •, Prices Effective, Friday &. Saturday, July 23rd &. 24th
Fed. Ex. Tax Incl. Iii
LOW DOWN PAYMENT .. 24 MONTHS TO PAY
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